Doctors lament problems with care for war refugees

When it comes to medical care for war refugees from Ukraine, panel doctors in Germany still see considerable difficulties. “Registration problems mean that the supply of medicines, in particular, cannot be guaranteed at present,” the board of the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians wrote this week in a letter to Wolfgang Schmidt, head of the Chancellor’s Office. To ensure that the people arriving from the war zone could be treated and supplied with medicines immediately and unbureaucratically, it would also be good from the point of view of the panel doctors to designate a central payer.

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